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The development of alternative methods to address simple clinical needs and easy interventions of self-application are desired in the pre-habilitation period (waiting list). To our knowledge that are very few studies regarding interventions for patients in waiting list for specialized treatment of chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP) and they do not include cognitive-behavioural programs. This project is based on the hypothesis that educational and cognitive-behavioural interventions help to reduce deleterious effects of pain on some areas of patient's life. Therefore, the goal is to test two different interventions to help patients to self-manage their pain and avoid worsening in the pre-clinical period.


Clinical Trial Description

It is a randomized controlled trial for application and assessment of the two interventions: an educational Video-based Pain Program (VPP) and Empowered Relief Program (ERP). The aims of this project are: 1) to investigate the effects of VPP on patient reported outcomes measures (PROMs) regarding pain intensity, pain interference in daily activities, pain catastrophizing, pain acceptance, quality of life, mood, perceived change on over-all pain status, use of analgesic medication, and use of health care system among CNCP patients waiting for multidisciplinary pain treatment and 2) to investigate the effects of the ERP on PROMs regarding pain intensity, pain interference in daily activities, pain catastrophizing, pain acceptance, quality of life, mood, perceived change on over-all pain status, use of analgesic medication, and use of health care system among CNCP patients waiting for multidisciplinary pain treatment. ;


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NCT number NCT05178082
Study type Interventional
Source Rigshospitalet, Denmark
Contact Geana Kurita, PhD
Phone +4535454797
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date April 2022
Completion date December 2025

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